Special Edition Tech Tip: Critical Items
Written by Candice Wright on May 9, 2017
When you go out on an inspection it can sometimes be a hassle making sure you've gathered all the data you need, and even more of a pain sifting through things you don't need.
With Critical Items, focus on the fields you want during the inspection. It replaces your paper checklist with a single screen where the most relevant fields are displayed, making it easier to collect property information. In fact, it's better since it also allows you to organize the fields so you don't skip something on accident.
We've provided a good starting point with the fields you need during the inspection. If you don’t see the ones you’re looking for, just add them. And if they don’t flow in the order that works best for you, just rearrange them to compliment your style.
You can choose different fields and orders for each form. Conveniently, your settings are automatically backed up to the cloud, so you don’t have to worry about prepping the same form every time.
Watch this week's Tech Tip so see how it works.
TOTAL for Mobile saves all your notes and syncs them seamlessly to TOTAL's Digital Workfile on your desktop.
By using TOTAL for Mobile, you eliminate the process of re-typing data from the traditional clipboard method and easily save at least 30 minutes per report.
TOTAL for Mobile's unlimited data gathering and syncing is included with your TOTAL Membership. Don't have TOTAL yet? Click here for a free 15-day trial and download TOTAL for Mobile app for free here.
Previous installments in "Things you didn't know about TOTAL for Mobile" series:
- Tech Tip Special Edition: Multi-line Fields
- Tech Tip Special Edition: Multi-material QuickLists
- Tech Tip Special Edition: Rooms
- Tech Tip Special Edition: SmartStart
- Tech Tip Special Edition: Speech-to-text
Want to see a paperless workflow in action? Click here to see our video of a real appraiser using TOTAL for Mobile in the field. Or call us at 1-800-ALAMODE for more expert advice on going mobile.